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ej22t teardown and rebuild pics

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#1 Legacy777



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Posted 01 July 2005 - 11:31 PM

I probably posted various pics before, but I made a page that I'll be updating as I go along.


I split the block today, and cleaned the crank up. The rod bearings definitely need to be replaced. The crank bearings are ok, but I'm going to replace them anyway. I need to get the cylinders honed, and I'll be set to put her back together :)

#2 BigMattyD


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Posted 04 July 2005 - 07:48 PM

That is a nice set of pics, and it looks like you got some new tools, too! :brow:

I'd like to put a turbo into my 96 legacy, but now that I see how big a job it is, I guess I'll stick to my wimpy 135 hp engine.


#3 Legacy777



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Posted 04 July 2005 - 08:30 PM

It'd be less work if I wasn't completely rebuilding the motor, but for me, I might as well. You could always buy a built motor...

Still, I think the motor swap will be much less work then the AWD & 5spd swap

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